The area hosts a platter of mom and pop restaurants, casual dining chains, food trucks and gems like Horseman’s Haven Café (4354 Cerrillos Road, 471-5420)—an unassuming temple to New Mexico’s culinary landscape housed next to a filling station.
Not because of the current legislative session or the impending mayor’s race, but because it’s time for Working Classroom—an Albuquerque-based multi-generational artistic community, which Elsasser helms—to stage their annual Roundhouse Comedy Revue.
Currently living in Tesuque with husband Christopher Turner, Maupin—whose signature writing style was recently dubbed by one New York Times reviewer as “third-person kaleidoscope”— took time to chat with SFR on his way from San Francisco to Berkeley on the first stop of his The Days of Anna Madrigal promotional tour.
In this day and age, few things can be considered as archaic as a newspaper. You know, the thing you’re reading? News is consumed via 24/7 television and online outlets—special emphasis on “consumed”—and after they fulfill their instant purpose.
Unlike many 16-year-olds, Maisie Williams has seen her father beheaded, been imprisoned twice, lived part of her life as a boy and, oh yeah, there was the one time she killed that dude in the woods. An integral part of George RR Martin’s epic A Song of Ice and Fire.
It’s easy to carry and you are more or less invisible when you take photos,” he says. “The touch screen allows you to enlarge check details, composition etc. You also have the ability to store, transfer files, upload to social media, and share with friends as well as documentary capabilities including video.
SFR was there on the frosty January afternoon when Edie Tsong applied the fist Snow Poem on Teen Court’s street-facing windows. In a race against the clock, oversize Helvetica CY letters (“The same typeface they use in street signs,” Tsong pointed out).
As a child, he’d eagerly await for ships to sail by the nearby Kill Van Kull channel and he’d let his imagination run wild as to who was manning the boats and what precious cargo they carried. With the aid of an old encyclopedia, he started identifying vessel’s flags and a faraway world was soon created.
The baby of owner and chef Brian Knox of Aqua Santa and Café Escalera
fame, the burger shack in the 600 block of Cerrillos Road has been a
couple of years in the making. For months, its website has remained devoid of any concrete information and
has featured only a video of Andy Warhol chowing down on a hamburger
along with the slogan “Dedicated to the preservation of the original
green chile cheeseburger.”
2013 was a year for the books in Santa Fe’s arts and culture scene.
Anything but stagnant, the nation’s oldest capital was reenergized with a
barrage of new faces, ideas and alternative art spaces that again
confirm our city’s place on the national art scene.